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  • About Federal Courts

    The U.S. Courts were created under Article III of the Constitution to administer justice fairly and impartially, within the jurisdiction established by the Constitution and Congress. This section will help you learn more about the Judicial Branch and its work. Content Detail

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    The Federal Judiciary - U.S. Courts
  • Court Role and Structure

    Federal courts hear cases involving the constitutionality of a law, cases involving the laws and treaties of the U.S. ambassadors and public ministers, disputes between two or more states, admiralty law, also known as maritime law, and bankruptcy cases. Learn more about how these cases are handled by the various Federal courts. Content Detail

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    The Federal Judiciary - U.S. Courts
  • Federal Courts in American Government

    Explanation of the role of the federal courts in the govenment of the United States. Content Detail

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    The Federal Judiciary - U.S. Courts
  • Fees - U.S. Courts

    Information on fees charged by the U.S. Courts. Each type of U.S. court, and other services, publishes a list of fees that are charged for services provided by the specific court. Content Detail

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    The Federal Judiciary - U.S. Courts
  • How the Federal Courts Work - Civil Cases

    Explanation of the opeeration of the federal courts in civil cases. Also links to information on Criminal and Bankruptcy cases and Appeals. Content Detail

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    The Federal Judiciary - U.S. Courts
  • Superior Court of Pennsylvania

    Superior Court section of the Pennsylvania Courts website. This is one of Pennsylvania's intermediate appeals courts. Content Detail

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    Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts
  • U.S. Courts Forms

    Forms available from the Federal Judiciary web site. National court forms can be used in all federal courts. Each federal court maintains their own local court forms. You can use the Court Locator to find a federal court and their local court forms. Content Detail

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    The Federal Judiciary - U.S. Courts